If the photo looks to the paint, where does the paint turn its gaze?

“If the photo looks to the paint, where does the paint turn its gaze?” is the title of a series of analog photos with the anomalous attitude of looking like painting for some peculiarity  found in the moment when they were taken. 

Sometimes it’s an impression created by dirty colored spots on the train window, or maybe by the green of stretched trees by the high speed of the car. Every time the lens of the camera includes a new layer is trying to imitate a brush on a canvas; unfortunately the medium won’t obey leaving the desire where it was.